An American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to London was delayed shortly before departure when a passenger looking for available internet connections spotted a Wi-Fi hotspot alarmingly named "Al-Quida Free Terror Nettwork."

The passenger alerted a flight attendant and the plane returned to the gate at LAX, where it was grounded.

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Elliot Del Pra, another passenger onboard the aircraft, said, "At first, the captain came and said it was a maintenance issue. And then, after an hour, he said there was a security threat and that we didn't have clearance to take off."

"If the point of it is a joke, you can't be of sane mind to be even making these judgments, and naming your Wi-Fi 'Al Qaeda' is already a red flag."

Passengers were stuck on the plane for three hours until police were able to clear it.

Authorities said that no crime was committed and no charges will be filed.

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